By News-Register staff • 

Two arrested on burglary, theft, drug charges

Brock Keinonen
Brock Keinonen
Riley Martin
Riley Martin

 

Comments

myopinion

The roster is still pretty low, 69 people. I'm glad they kept these two!!

Hibb

myopinion:Innocent until proven guilty

myopinion

Hibb: Really? What about the guy that had 17 charges in 3 weeks time. Booked and released. If they would have kept him the first 1-3 charges, 4-17 probably wouldn't have been committed! Mostly robbery charges, and theft charges. Just imagine if it would have been your stuff taken in charges 4-17. You'd be a little perturbed

Hibb

myopinion: Yes... really! What is so hard to believe about that? Our democracy and even our judicial system dictates that all men are innocent until proven guilty. Do you have a problem with that? It is a cornerstone of American jurisprudence.
And no I am not going to play the "what if" game with you over this. As far as I am concerned I'll quote Dandy Don Meredith: "If "ifs" and "buts" were candy and nuts, wouldn't it be a Merry Christmas?" Get real!

myopinion

Wow Hibb, I really didn't think people like you existed, but yet here you are. Have a nice day.

aim

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Hibb

myopinion: In cases where a person or persons are charged with a crime (misdemeanor or felony - it need not matter)it is dependent upon the State to prove their guilt. While our justice system is somewhat screwed up with a lack of judges, case backlogs, and unreasonable search and seizure by local law enforcement, there yet remains certain safeguards to insure that one's rights are not compromised.

Just because someone was arrested for an alleged crime does not mean they are actually guilty of it. There is a process to determine one's innocence and to obtain an acquittal, but trying those two miscreants in the Comments Section is not only in poor taste, but lacking in judgment. Let the court figure it out and a jury of their peers determine their fate before we automatically assume this and that. Conjecture has no place in a court room, but obviously here with you, myopinion, it takes precedence over a little thing we call juris prudence.